Telemental Health Services Credentialing

telemental health professional on the computer


Kim Phillips


Demand for TeleMental Health Services Continues to Grow

The field of telemental health is growing rapidly as people’s lives become busier and they seek alternative treatment methods aside from traditional office visits. The Board Certified-TeleMental Health (BC-TMH) credential was created to fill this need, ensuring safe and effective practices for mental health professionals working in a variety of disciplines. NCI has been qualified by the Center for Credentialing and Education, Inc. (CCE) as a Registered Credential Training Provider.  Our training course will prepare you to test and obtain the BC-TMH Credential.

Why should you obtain the BC-TMH credential?

Earning the BC-TMH credential tells clients, employers, insurance companies, hospitals, government agencies and others that you have:

  • Received high-quality, state-of-the-art training in the delivery of telemental health services;
  • Passed a comprehensive examination to assess your knowledge of safe and effective practices in providing telemental health services;
  • Committed to pursuing ongoing telemental health continuing education; and,
  • Confirmed your adherence to codes of ethics governing your profession and credentials.

How to begin?  Begin your BC-TMH application today!

Train online with our 9 module training course.

  • Participants will gain knowledge and skills using technologies in video-conferencing in the clinical setting and remote patient monitoring in the home setting.
  • Earning the THTC certificate indicates that you have completed a program that has been approved by the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) to satisfy the training requirement needed when applying for the BC-TMH credential.
  • Completing the THTC program is not a guarantee of a BC-TMH application being accepted. CCE requirements for BC-TMH should be thoroughly reviewed by all applicants.